責任與福利

香港代表隊隊員之義務守則

為突顯及確保香港代表隊隊員之權益,香港代表隊將訂下一系列義務守則予各接受加入香港代表隊之運動員遵守。不願意接受有關守則之運動員不應接受有關邀請。未有遵守有關守則之運動員或會被剔出香港代表隊之名單,或扣減香港代表隊隊員權益,如;不獲考慮派出代表香港作賽。

 

訓練

所有運動員的訓練計劃均需由香港代表隊教練批准。訓練計劃應主要針對三項鐵人賽事,而非其他運動項目。在參與公開考試期間,運動員在代表隊教練批准的情況下,運動員可降低訓練量,但絕不可完全停止訓練。在有充足的時間通知下運動員必須出席代表隊的訓練營。

 

比賽

所有運動員必需參加每年之香港國際鐵人三項比賽。除經醫生証明傷病者,或正於海外就學者,或經遴選小組確認賽事與另一更高水平海外賽事有所衝突時則可獲豁免。運動員如欲參與任何本地或國際賽事則必須事先獲得香港代表隊教練之批准。

所有運動員於獲選派時必須參加亞洲三項鐵人錦標賽及其他海外賽事。除經醫生証明傷病者,或賽事與公開考試日期有直接衝突者則可獲豁免參加亞洲三項鐵人錦標賽。運動員必須事先獲得香港代表隊教練之批准方可參加任何代表隊比賽日程以外之運動比賽,包括(但不限於)學校體育比賽。

 

香港代表隊隊服政策

當代表“中國香港”或參加香港三項鐵人總會舉辦之本地三項鐵人,陸上兩項鐵人,或水陸兩項鐵人賽時,運動員必須穿著指定之香港代表隊隊服。在未經香港三項鐵人總會事先批准的情況下,運動員不得為隊服作出任何形式之修改,當中包括印刷個人贊助商的標誌。運動員亦必須於頒獎禮及頒獎檯上穿著香港代表隊隊服。

運動員如獲派前往海外比賽,於旅程上必須穿上隊服。當中包括在香港機場和目的地,或於出席官式活動,如新聞發布會,開幕式和頒獎典禮的時候。

 

行為

運動員必須時刻保持禮貌及體育精神,尤其於代表中國香港出席本地或海外活動時。粗言穢語或不禮貌的行為將不會被容忍,並會被視為未能遵守本香港代表隊隊員之義務守則。

運動員將不時被抽樣作藥物測試。任何運動員未能通過藥檢將立即被暫停其香港代表隊隊員身份,以等待有關調查。運動員如違反禁藥條例將不獲恢復香港代表隊成員身份。

運動員不得向任何媒體,包括網上論壇,如Facebook,作出對香港三項鐵人總會或香港體育學院或隊友之任何貶損或反對之言論。

運動員未得香港代表隊教練事先同意下,不得與媒體談論有關香港三項鐵人總會或香港體育學院之事宜。

運動員必須為香港三項鐵人以總會之會員,及必須及時清償所有欠付香港三項鐵人總會之債務。

 

2015年5月

註: 詳情以英文原文為準。

 

 

香港代表隊隊員之義務守則協議

 

本人,                   ,謹此接受香港三項鐵人總會有限公司的邀請成為香港代表隊隊員。本人已閱畢“香港代表隊隊員之義務守則”,完全理解並同意遵守有關之守則。本人同意並承認,未克遵守有關守則將會導致本人被開除出香港代表隊或失去香港代表隊隊員之權益。

 

特此重申:

  1. 本人同意遵守香港代表隊之隊服政策,而這政策可能會被隨時修改。
  2. 如果本人之大部分訓練是於香港體育學院以外進行,本人會每週向香港代表隊教練提交訓練計劃,以及會每星期至少參加代表隊之一個訓練課;

 

此外,作為一個青少年 / 兼職運動員,本人確認:

  1. 本人如獲選派,可出席2016年4月之亞洲三項鐵人錦標賽;
  2. 本人不論在學習及考試期間會繼續在認可教練的指導下,維持每星期最少10小時之訓練;
  3. 本人於獲發一個月通知的情況下,將出席香港代表隊之訓練營,;
  4. 本人明白本人之香港代表隊成員資格將會於每六個月被檢討。

 

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日期                                                            :                                                           

 

監護人簽名(18歲以下運動員適用)      :                                                           

    

監護人姓名(18歲以下運動員適用)      :                                                           

 

日期                                            :                                                           

 

 

National Squad Benefits

 

Elite Representation

Being a member of the National Squad makes you eligible, under current selection policies, to represent Hong Kong, China at the elite level.  This will enable you to race against the best athletes of your age in Asia, or at the ITU World Championships.

Squad Benefits

Members of the elite squads are eligible for training under the National Coach and coaching team based at the HKSI. The HKSI has world class training facilities, sport specific coaches, support services such as strength training, nutrition advice, sports science analysis, sports phycology, and team training programs. In addition, elite athletes’ racing and training programs are designed to suit their own personal development and objectives. Certain races will be targeted to achieve their best results, and to perform well at the Asian Championships or ITU World Championships. Team training and racing is an important part of performing well on the Asian or International race circuit, and this team racing is developed in the squad system. Training camps will be held in both Hong Kong and in other countries focusing on progressively improving performance.

Managing Time and Pressure

Athletes in the elite squads learn how to manage their personal time as they deal with conflicting requirements from training, competing, education, family and social life. Helping to manage this pressure is an important part of the program and relatively flexible arrangements are in place so as to enable athletes to achieve good all-round performance. For example, important examinations take place during this period of the athlete’s life, and at these times the training regime can be adjusted. Also the squad training system takes place at different times and places so as to minimize conflicts and to reduce travelling time.

Achieving Excellence

Successful squad members will be part of a program which is designed to see them perform at their best as they mature. The objective is to consistently have athletes competing on the ITU World Circuit and qualifying to compete at the Olympic Games. These athletes will ultimately make triathlon their profession and are involved full time, in training and racing all around the world.

Funding

There is a comprehensive funding program available through the HKSI and Government funding which means that athletes training in the elite squads have most of their training and competition costs covered. Where funding is not adequate to meet all expenses, athletes may be invited to take part in programs or competitions on a self-funding basis. Elite squad training is focused on enabling a small number of talented athletes to achieve a high level of sustained excellence at an international level.

 

 

National Squad Obligations

 

In recognition of the National Squad Benefits, a number of obligations are placed on all athletes accepting the invitation to join the National Squad. If an athlete is unwilling to accept these National Squad Obligations, they should not accept the invitation. If an athlete fails to comply with these National Squad Obligations, they may be removed from the National Squads or have their National Squad Benefits withdrawn, such as not being considered for race selection. The word “athlete” or “athletes”, whenever used here, shall mean and refer to members of the National Squad.

 

Training

 

Training programs of all athletes are to be approved by the National Coach. It is expected that training programs will be primarily directed towards triathlon, as opposed to other sports. When studying towards public examinations, athletes may reduce their training volume, subject to approval of the National Coach, but must not cease training altogether. To do so would result in removal from the National Squad. Moreover, athletes are expected to make themselves available for National Squad training camps, given sufficient notice.

 

Racing

 

All athletes are required to compete in the annual Hong Kong International Triathlon. The only acceptable reasons for failing to compete in this event are sickness or injury verified by a doctor, overseas study or an exemption granted by the Selection Committee when the race is considered to conflict with a higher priority overseas race. Consent will be sought from the National Coach prior to participation in other local or international sports events.

 

All athletes shall make themselves available for selection to compete in the Asian Triathlon Championships and other overseas races as the Selection Committee shall deem fit. The only acceptable reasons for not be available for the Asian Triathlon Championships are sickness or injury verified by a doctor or a public examination that directly clashes with the event. Athletes are required to seek and obtain advance approval of the National Coach to take part in any races whatsoever, including (but not limited to) school sports competitions, which fall outside the race schedule for the National Squad.

 

Team Kit Policy

When representing "Hong Kong, China" or racing in all local triathlon, duathlon and aquathon races organized by the TriHK, all athletes must race in the designated National Team kit, which must not be altered, in any manner whatsoever, without prior permission of TriHK. Such alteration includes printing logos of personal sponsors.  National Team kit must also be worn at prize giving ceremonies and for podium photo opportunities.

Athletes are also required to wear the team uniform, if any, while travelling to and from overseas destinations, including at the airports in Hong Kong and at the destinations, and when attending official functions, such as press conferences, opening ceremonies and regular awards ceremonies.

Conduct

 

Whenever undertaking triathlon-related activities, all athletes are required to behave in a courteous and sportsmanlike manner. This is particularly important when representing Hong Kong, China overseas or at local events. Foul language or rude behaviour directed at race officials will not be tolerated and will be consider as a failure to comply with these National Squad Obligations.

 

Athletes are expected to submit to drug tests from time to time. Any athletes failing a drug test will be immediately suspended, pending an investigation. Athletes found guilty of using performance-enhancing drugs or the like will not be reinstated to the National Squad.

 

Athletes are forbidden from making derogatory or dissenting remarks regarding TriHK or the Hong Kong Sports Institute or fellow athletes in any media, including on-line forums, such as Facebook.

 

Athletes are not allowed to speak with the media regarding TriHK or HKSI, without prior consent from the TriHK or the National Coach respectively.

 

Athletes must be paid-up members of TriHK and must settle all debts with TriHK promptly.

 

May 2015

 

 

National Squad Agreement

 

I,                                     , hereby accept the invitation from Hong Kong Triathlon Association Limited to be a member of the National Squad. I have read through the appendices, namely the “National Squad Benefits” and “National Squad Obligations”, I confirm that I understand and agree to comply with them. I acknowledge and agree that failing to comply with the National Squad Obligations may result in the withdrawal of some or all of my National Squad Benefits or, ultimately, my removal from the National Squad.

 

In particular:

  1. If my training is largely conducted outside of the Hong Kong Sports Institute, I will (i) submit my training program (via Training Peaks or otherwise as required by the National Coach) to the National Coach on a weekly basis; and (ii) attend at least one training session with the National Squad (either at the Hong Kong Sports Institute or such other venue in Hong Kong as notified to me) each week.
  2. I agree to comply with the National Squad Team Kit Policy, as modified from time to time.

 

Moreover, as a Junior / Part-time Athlete I confirm that:

  1. I will make myself available for the Asian Triathlon Championships in April 2016.
  2. I will continue to train for a minimum of ten hours per week under the guidance of a recognized coach, regardless of study and exam commitments.
  3. I will make myself available for National Squad training camps, subject to being given one month’s notice.

I understand my membership of the National Squad will reviewed at least every six months.

 

Athlete’s name                        :________________________                            

 

 

Athlete’s signature                   :________________________                           

 

 

Date                                        :________________________                             

 

 

Guardian's signature (if under 18)  :________________________                              

 

 

Guardian’s name (if under 18)        :________________________

 

 

Date                                        :________________________                               

 

 

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